A few history themed podcasts by conventional historians I found that should be of interest to libertarians:
Frank Varney on general Grant's attempts to manipulate the historical record:
John A. Nagy on mutinies in the Continental Army:
Edward S. Miller on US 'economic warfare' against Japan prior to Pearl Harbour:
They are all from http://bobrowen.com/nymas/podcasts.html where more podcasts can be found.
If you know sources for more history themed podcasts please post them here. Aside from this one I found one with a series on Byzantine history, but it wasn't very good.
Thank you Marko.
Thanks for posting. Bookmarked for later.
Thanks, the American Civil War and WW2 are really interesting to me.
Two hour interview with Bruce Cumings on Korea: Part 1 , Part 2 (first part is more packed with info).
Two places to find interviews with historians: one, two
At the first one only a small minority of interviews are with historians, but the ones that are are good. The second one is Russia history related.
"Discussions with historians about their new books"
It is one section of the New Books Network. You have to be selective, but the site looks to be a real gold mine.
Lynne Viola (probably the preeminent western historian of forced collectivization in the Soviet Union) on the expirience of kulak deportees: http://media.oregonstate.edu/#entry_id=0_wseowg57
http://thehistoryofrome.typepad.com/the_history_of_rome ive been listening to the history of rome podcasts for a few months now and i'm addicted.if you are a libertrian into history it realy is a must.